top of page

London, England (2009)

Measurements: Black metal frame, 17 ¾” x 22.5”. Image: 11” x 15”

Matte & Paper: 8 ply, white. Hahnemuhle archival paper.

Photo #3385


Ornamental iron work is a type of metalwork that is used for decoration or functional purposes. It can include elements such as gates, fences, railing, and decorative grilles as well as more functional items such as door hardware and structural support elements. Ornamental ironwork is often made from iron and steel, but it can also be made from other metals such as aluminum or brass. The design and fabrication of ornamental ironwork requires a high level of skill and craftsmanship, and it is often used to add beauty and value to buildings and other structures.


St. Paul’s Cathedral is an iconic architectural landmark in London, England. It is a Church of England cathedral and it was designed by the architect Sir Christopher Wren and was completed in 1710. The facade of the cathedral is made of Portland stone and features three porticoes, with Corinthian columns and triangular pediments. The central portico is the widest, and it is topped by a pediment that bears the arms of the city of London. The main entrance to the cathedral is through the Great West Door, which is located beneath the central portico. The facade of St. Paul’s Cathedral is a well-known symbol of London and is often depicted in pictures and postcards. 

Cast-iron Lamp Standard, St. Paul’s Cathedral, 17th century

    bottom of page